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The Light Is Ours: Memoirs & Movements
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written by Avabai Bomanji Wadia, 1913-2005, International Planned Parenthood Federation (London, England: International Planned Parenthood Federation, 2001), 732 page(s)
written by Avabai Bomanji Wadia, 1913-2005, International Planned Parenthood Federation (London, England: International Planned Parenthood Federation, 2001), 732 page(s)
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Pakistan
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written by Laura J. Lederer, 1951-; in Human Rights Report on Trafficking of Women and Children: A Country-by-Country Report on a Contemporary Form of Slavery, 2001- (District of Columbia: Johns Hopkins University. Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, 2001), 313-314
written by Laura J. Lederer, 1951-; in Human Rights Report on Trafficking of Women and Children: A Country-by-Country Report on a Contemporary Form of Slavery, 2001- (District of Columbia: Johns Hopkins University. Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, 2001), 313-314
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The Algebra of Infinite Justice
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written by Arundhati Roy, 1961-; in Singing in the Dark Times (Bangalore, Karnataka: El Taller and Asian Women's Human Rights Council, 2001), 251-259
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written by Arundhati Roy, 1961-; in Singing in the Dark Times (Bangalore, Karnataka: El Taller and Asian Women's Human Rights Council, 2001), 251-259
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written by Shahla Zia, 1947-2005 and Farzana Bari, fl. 1999; in Baseline Report on Women's Participation in Political and Public Life in Pakistan: October 1999 (Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory: Aurat Publication and Information Service Foundation, 1999)
written by Shahla Zia, 1947-2005 and Farzana Bari, fl. 1999; in Baseline Report on Women's Participation in Political and Public Life in Pakistan: October 1999 (Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory: Aurat Publication and Information Service Foundation, 1999)
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The Human Rights Watch Global Report on Women's Human Rights
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written by Women's Rights Project (New York, NY: Human Rights Watch, 1995), 481 page(s)
written by Women's Rights Project (New York, NY: Human Rights Watch, 1995), 481 page(s)
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written by International Women's Rights Action Watch and International League for Human Rights; in Combatting Violence Against Women: A Report by the International League for Human Rights of a Conference Sponsored in Collaboration with the International Women's Rights Action Watch, March 1993 (New York, NY: International League for Human Rights, 1993), 9-12
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THE WOMEN'S WATCH: FIRST LADY, SECOND CLASS CITIZEN: A REPORT ON DEVELOPMENTAL LAW AND THE PARADOXES IN PAKISTAN
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written by International Women's Rights Action Watch; in The Women's Watch, Vol. 4, no. 1, July 1990 (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, 1990), 1-3
written by International Women's Rights Action Watch; in The Women's Watch, Vol. 4, no. 1, July 1990 (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, 1990), 1-3
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Pakistan: Muslim Women and the Law
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written by Rashida Patel, fl. 1990; in Empowerment and the Law: Strategies of Third World Women (District of Columbia: OEF International, 1986), 110-115
written by Rashida Patel, fl. 1990; in Empowerment and the Law: Strategies of Third World Women (District of Columbia: OEF International, 1986), 110-115
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Focus on Family and Health [4]
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written by Tajwar Shaukat, fl. 1984; in Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference of the Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association (Tokyo Metropolis: Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association, 1985, originally published 1985, first release 1985), 202-206
written by Tajwar Shaukat, fl. 1984; in Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference of the Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association (Tokyo Metropolis: Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association, 1985, originally published 1985, first release 1985), 202-206
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